Arab Spring Then and Now
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Arab Spring Then and Now

From Hope to Despair

By Robert Fisk, Patrick Cockburn
Two of the world’s leading journalists covering the Middle East shed light on the Arab Spring’s impact on the region and the world. Robert Fisk’s Middle East history, “The Great War on Civilization” was nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award Co-author Patrick Cockburn holds the honor of being the current Foreign Correspondent of the Year 49% of the US has some degree of interest in the Middle East, Pew Report

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